Tech and Innovation in K-12 Education – UROP Spring Symposium 2021

Tech and Innovation in K-12 Education

Ellis Mason


Pronouns: He/His/Him

Research Mentor(s): Stephanie Lu, Head of R&D
Research Mentor School/College/Department: , Ross School of Business
Presentation Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Session: Session 1 (10am-10:50am)
Breakout Room: Room 18
Presenter: 4

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Across the globe, 617 million of 1 billion students are not achieving the minimum proficiency levels in reading and math. Our research is focused on exploring technology that can help counteract this learning deficiency. To develop a comprehensive solution to this learning crisis, our research team has conducted an extensive review of scientific research related to integrating technology into education. Our solution contains a wide variety of technologies, of which are designed to improve several aspects of education, including: motivation, personalization, comprehension, feedback and assessments. Our intention is that these technologies will improve the educational experience and learning outcomes of current and future students.

Authors: Ellis Mason
Research Method: Library/Archival/Internet Research

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